It’s a question we need to stop asking. Here’s why:
An account of the Six-Day War through the eyes of a Palestinian woman who endured hunger and displacement as a young girl.
Dani Dayan, Israel’s consul general, remains confident in its moral position as Trump prepares for his first presidential trip there.
The separation paradigm is collapsing in Israel — geographically, demographically, politically.
The plan to enter AIPAC’s policy conference was hatched months in advance. A dozen IfNotNow activists registered to participate in the conference, with a clear intent of staging a distraction that would draw attention to their protest against the pro-Israel lobby.
Hundreds of Jewish activists marched outside and blocked the entrances of the largest pro-Israel conference of the year to oppose what they say is support for Israel’s mistreatment of Palestinians, even as several members claimed they were rejected from the conference because of their political views.
My plan was to teach my children to love Israel and introduce them to the harsh truths as they got older. But a new law passed by the Knesset may upend it all.
A U.N. report on establishing a database of companies with business ties to Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank has been delayed, the U.N. Human Rights Council said on Monday.
My 5-year Israel Bond came due on February 1. Over the past few months, I have been deliberating whether or not to renew the bond, as I have done for decades. I have decided not to renew, as I cannot support the current Israeli government and the perilous direction in which it is headed.
As the 50 year anniversary of the Six Day War and the ongoing military Occupation that followed it approaches, it is about time we on the Left act with the same audacity as our political opponents, argues Avner Gvaryahu.